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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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mmanding, reached this port this morning, having with her the schooner Bride, previously reported as being captured, and the sloops Wren and Velma, both of Great Wicomico river, Western Shore of Virginia, also captured prizes. The Hercules left this port a short time since, towing down the light ship which had been previouslyhalf an hour the Hercules came up to the vessel, which proved to be the sloop Velma, having on her stern the name of Bridgetown, though she hailed from the Great Wicomico river, Western Virginia.--Possession was taken, with the Captain, Samuel D. Langford, of Great Annamessix, and the crew, with five passengers from Richmond, one t for Pocomoke Sound, with a cargo consisting of provisions of various kinds. This cargo, instead of being discharged in Maryland ports, was taken over to Great Wicomico river, and there discharged within the boundaries of Virginia. The sloop was in ballast, and was coming back to get a new cargo. The Rebel captain, previous to